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At least we can can all agree 49ers are a better team than bears, better players way better coaching all around better team. Put fields on that team and it would be the same result tho. Unlike bears they know how to build a team. They also have an offense that is able to plug n play their 3rd string qb and still win.
 

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Another quality thread derailed by a Becky backing boob.
 

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So would Goff, Cousins, Mills, Smith, and any number of mid-teir QB's
We’re talking about totally different animals. None of those guys you mentioned could pressure a defense like Fields in that offense with that group of weapons.

Goff, Cousins and Smith can barely move. Mills just a bit…
 

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We’re talking about totally different animals. None of those guys you mentioned could pressure a defense like Fields in that offense with that group of weapons.

Goff, Cousins and Smith can barely move. Mills just a bit…
The Bears were the worst team in the NFL. Their only quality win came in a breadbowl of a chicken noodle mudsoup. Defenses did not feel particularly "pressured" against the Bears no matter how much Fields was running around. Don't delude yourself, the Bears were a true doormat.

I suppose the New England win was good too.
 

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The Bears were the worst team in the NFL. Their only quality win came in a breadbowl of a chicken noodle mudsoup. Defenses did not feel particularly "pressured" against the Bears no matter how much Fields was running around. Don't delude yourself, the Bears were a true doormat.

I suppose the New England win was good too.
The discussion is about Fields as a 49er. Did you eat so many breadsticks at The Olive Garden In Arlington Heights that you’ve lost focus?
 

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We’re talking about totally different animals. None of those guys you mentioned could pressure a defense like Fields in that offense with that group of weapons.

Goff, Cousins and Smith can barely move. Mills just a bit…
And they all have much better/faster decision making than Fields, and understand the concept of timing routes. You are making assumptions not grounded in fact, just because Fields is a more mobile QB.
 
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And they all have much better/faster decision making than Fields, and understand the concept of timing routes. Your making assumptions not grounded in fact, just because Fields is a more mobile QB.
Good lord, the only thing any of those guys would be anticipating behind the Bear line is their imminent decapitation.
 

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The Bears were the worst team in the NFL. Their only quality win came in a breadbowl of a chicken noodle mudsoup. Defenses did not feel particularly "pressured" against the Bears no matter how much Fields was running around. Don't delude yourself, the Bears were a true doormat.

I suppose the New England win was good too.
How many games did you watch tho?
 

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We’re talking about totally different animals. None of those guys you mentioned could pressure a defense like Fields in that offense with that group of weapons.

Goff, Cousins and Smith can barely move. Mills just a bit…
It actually very funny listening to these jerk-offs trying to talk smart football fans that somehow Fields doesn't have 4.5 forty speed. That he isn't 6'3" and a cut 235# And that he doesn't have a very strong throwing arm and can make any throw that is called for.
 

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It actually very funny listening to these jerk-offs trying to talk smart football fans that somehow Fields doesn't have 4.5 forty speed. That he isn't 6'3" and a cut 235# And that he doesn't have a very strong throwing arm and can make any throw that is called for.

I take it this throw was called for?

That my freind is an example of Justin with time to throw the ball.
 
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I'd love to see other QBs on this team, do half of what he did. I'm not saying he's some QB god, but he literally was the Bear's entire offense.

Without Fields, the Bears may have averaged 6-9 points a game. That's even with some of the best QBs in the league. This Team's WRs, O Line, and defense is horrid! This kid fucking carried them, for the entire season.
The Bears entire rushing offense...
 
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I take it this throw was called for?

That my freind is an example of Justin with time to throw the ball.
This is one of the worst interceptions in the history of the franchise. Aiden sat on this route concept BEFORE the snap. So not only is this a bad read and a throw from Justin Fields, it's a predictable scheme and designed play that they knew what was coming because of how few concepts the Bears run.
 

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"I actually wasn't part of the progression on that play and Brock still found me . . . "


justin? bears? getsy? eberflus? #ohiostate?
 

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This is one of the worst interceptions in the history of the franchise. Aiden sat on this route concept BEFORE the snap. So not only is this a bad read and a throw from Justin Fields, it's a predictable scheme and designed play that they knew what was coming because of how few concepts the Bears run.
LOL. Last play of the 1/2 and all the catchers were jogging into traffic with :00 on the clock. To use this as an example of typical play is ludicrous and extremely disingenuous. He had no choice but to throw to a sideline and maybe get into FG range with the WR running OB with .01 sec left. He throws anywhere else and the 1/2 is over anyway.
 

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